Monday 18th – O2 Apollo, Manchester – Tickets
Wednesday 20th – Eventim Apollo, London – Sold out
Thursday 21st –Eventim Apollo, London – Sold out
Friday 22nd – Eventim Apollo, London – Sold out
Sunday 24th – Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow – Tickets
Sigur Rós continue the UK part of their European tour with shows in Manchester, London and Glasgow this week, where each performance will include two parts, showcasing both old and new material from the Icelandic trio’s impressive and much acclaimed catalogue.
Swedish electro pop artist Lucas Nord plays his last string of support shows for American rock band R5 this week. If you’re in Bristol, Manchester and London at any of the above dates, then do yourself a favour and grab your ticket now to experience Nord’s smooth and danceable tunes!
Fresh from releasing their latest single ‘You’ll Be Fine‘, a “euphoric rush”, Pom Poko return to the UK to play in Brighton and London this week. The Norwegian four-piece gained national attention when they made it all the way to the final in the prestigious Urørt competition, hosted by Norwegian radio channel NRK P3 and have since received much praise for their interesting take on the indie rock genre as well as their unique energy on stage. In other words, catch Pom Poko live this week if you have the chance!
Emerging out of the 70’s psychedelic scene, Träd, Gräs och Stenar have been pioneers within their genre in their native Sweden with their raw, psych jam sound. This week they will take up a two-day residency at London’s Cafe OTO and it’s guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience, so get your tickets while they’re hot!
Copenhagen duo and Ja Ja Ja alumni First Hate won us over when they played our Berlin and Hamburg Club Nights all the way back in 2015 and their debut album A Prayer For The Unemployed made us fall all the more in love when it was released earlier this year. We’re therefore extremely excited that Anton and Joakim are bringing their melodic 80s synth pop across the pond to play at The Shacklewell Arms in London this week!
Having collaborated with a string of great Scandinavian artists, Danish artist Vera is one of the most exciting acts to emerge out of the Copenhagen music scene at the moment and this week he’s bringing his brand of sax-infused electronic pop to Forecast at The Scotch Of St James in London. This gig is guest list only, so make sure to RSVP!
Röyksopp have returned! This Friday the iconic electronica duo from Norway will play a rare DJ set at Egg London and we can’t think of a better way to kick the weekend off than with Röyksopp’s absolutely legendary downbeat and house-infused electro pop! Tickets are still available right here.